A&M International Students Attend A&M System Symposium

Two Texas A&M International University students were among the 475 delegates who attended the Sixth Annual Texas A&M University System Symposium in Corpus Christi.

The A&M International delegates, Spyros Charalambous of Greece and Loic Pipe of France, are international graduate students in the College of Business Administration. Both are members of the University's Student Ambassadors, a student service organization.

The Symposium drew participants from the 10 universities and 8 state agencies in the A&M System family. The focus of the Symposium was to promote unity and strengthen the communication network among the System entities. The Texas A&M University System is one of the largest and most renowned systems of higher education in the nation.

Symposium speakers included Mary Nan West, Chair of the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

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